Ukrainian MPs registered the draft law that allows appointing Prosecutor General with no work experience in prosecutor’s office.
The document foresees that any Ukrainian citizen with high education and at least five-year long work experience in law area or law enforcement body can be assigned Prosecutor General.
Under the current law, the candidate for this position should have higher legal education and at least 10 years of work experience in this area.
The Ukrainian media write that the Presidential Administration and the Parliament’s leading figures are trying to push this draft law so as to resolve the political crisis. Meanwhile, Petro Poroshenko’s Bloc offers the Prosecutor General’s position to Yuriy Lutsenko, current leader of the party’s parliamentary faction.